Consequences of inconsistent feed availability

Variable diet quality and increased competition are some of the consequences of not having uniform feed delivery along the entire length of the feed bunk. A new study examines this common problem. FULL STORY »

How much feed are birds eating on your farm?

A survey of dairy farms in three prominent dairy states puts some numbers on feed lost to invasive birds. FULL STORY »

Tips for managing drought-stressed forages

If your hay fields and pastures were in poor condition going into the winter, here are some options to consider this spring. FULL STORY »

A well-fed calf is a healthier calf

Too often, calf raisers feed "a pound a day" of milk replacer because that’s the way it’s always been. Here are some reasons to step it up. FULL STORY »

Limit feeding heifers – bunk space and feeding frequency study

Recent interest in limit feeding heifers led a team of Canadian researchers to explore the impact of varying amounts of bunk space on the behavior and performance of heifers fed this way. FULL STORY »

What to look for in an oral electrolyte product

There are many electrolyte products available, but which ones are the best? Extension veterinarian Michelle Arnold from the University of Kentucky provides advice on the most important characteristics of this life-saving product. FULL STORY »

Colostrum management essential to calf health

A newborn calf’s first nutrients also are the most critical. The Dairy Calf and Heifer Association offers a list of colostrum-management tips. FULL STORY »

Advice for coping with high feed cost

Long-term survival depends on how successfully you are able to utilize the resources and feed management options currently available to you. Here are some key areas to assess and common pitfalls to avoid. FULL STORY »

A reminder to step up energy needs in cold weather

Failing to meet energy needs during consistently low environmental temperatures can cause dairy calves and older animals to deplete body fat stores, plunging them into negative-energy balance. FULL STORY »

Buying or selling feeds? Know their dry matter

It's importance to know the dry matter concentration when buying or selling feeds. Here are some steps to help you price wet feeds. FULL STORY »

Does feeding frequency make a difference for wet calves?

Researchers at the University of Minnesota recently completed a study comparing the outcomes of feeding young calves milk replacer (both conventional and accelerated diets) four times a day versus two. The results may surprise you. FULL STORY »

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